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In the documentary "The President's Man" broadcast on France 5 this Sunday, February 21, we learn that François Mitterrand has indulged in intimate confessions with his closest collaborator.
Broadcast on France 5 this Sunday, February 21, the documentary The President's Man highlighted a shadow function: that of secretary general of the Elysee. The opportunity to learn about. Indeed, these shadow men are often the best informed in France. During this program, we learn in particular that if , he however put his closest collaborators in the confidence. Sometimes even in
Macron in Jarnac: "He tries to capture all the legacies that can bring big profits"
© Eric FEFERBERG / AFP Emmanuel Macron goes to Jarnac to honor the memory of François Mitterrand, who died on January 8, 1996. An exercise in tribute he appreciates, according to political journalist Catherine Nay. "He tries to capture all the legacies that can pay off", she explains at the microphone of Europe 1.
In the documentary, Jean-Louis Bianco, secretary general of the Élysée between 1982 and 1991, evokes certain anecdotes in which François Mitterrand asked him for advice. "Electronic games, do you think that?" , he recalls. Ditto for his successor Hubert Védrine who remembers certain presidential trips. "He was asking me to go buy some toys" . Privileged situations which testify to the proximity between the former president and his collaborator.
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Rwanda: a report points to the "overwhelming" responsibilities of France against the genocide of Tutsi .
© Copyright 2021, the Obs France "has remained blind in the face of the preparation" of the Genocide of the Tutsi of Rwanda of 1994 And wears "heavy and overwhelming responsibilities" in the tragedy, according to the conclusions of the report of a historian commission published on Friday, March 26th.